Uttarbanga Sambad – Elephant attack on Indong tea garden




In Indong Tea Garden, an elephant killed a shop – Uttarbanga Sambad Latest news and happening about North Bengal today


Metally: Elephant poaching continues in Indong tea garden in Metli block. On Wednesday night, greedy for food, the elephant attacked a shop in the garden. The walls of the shop were broken and the food was eaten. Frightened by the elephant attack in the garden, the people expressed their anger against the forest department. It is learned that an elephant came out of the garden house line around 1 o’clock last night. At that time, shop owner Birbal Orao was lying in his shop. When the elephant came and started breaking the wall of the shop, he escaped from the shop and survived. After about an hour, the elephant left. The elephants also attacked the bungalow of the assistant manager of Indong tea garden on Tuesday night. About a couple of weeks ago, elephants also broke into the homes of 11 workers in the garden. Residents said the forest department was not taking any action to stop elephant attacks in the garden. If this continues, elephants can kill in the garden. However, the forest department has promised to take necessary action.

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